Published at Monday, April 22nd, 2019 - 00:36:21 AM. Nursing & Feeding. By Favor Mercier.
Air Bags and Kids. When combined with safety belts, air bags protect adults and teens from injury during a collision. They have saved lives and prevented many serious injuries. But infants and children can be injured or even killed if they are riding in the front passenger seat when an air bag opens. Air bags were designed with adults in mind: They must open with great force (up to 200 miles per hour) to protect an average-sized, 165-pound (75-kilogram) male from injury. While this force is appropriate for adults and bigger kids, it can be dangerous for small children, possibly resulting in head and neck injuries.
Wide-neck, angled, vented, silicone, glass—baby bottles now come in plenty of helpful varieties. Some new bottle and nipple styles even mimic the shape and squishiness of the breast, for an experience that echoes breastfeeding. Newborns eat every two to three hours—that can mean lots of bottles! Do your research ahead of time, but don’t invest in a bunch until you’ve tried out a few favorites with baby, who’ll definitely have an opinion. Other supplies to consider: extra nipples, a sterilizer, warmer, drying rack, insulated bottle bag and bottle brush.
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